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a-n Artist Bursary Evaluation

Bursary schedule The aim of my proposed bursary activity was to research and develop making my work accessible to children by integrating Makaton language to communicate signs within the work. There were some changes to my original schedule due to […]

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Sculpture as Fieldwork / Ways of Listening II

I attended the Sculpture as Fieldwork conference at Leeds Art Gallery yesterday (Manchester School of Art / University of Huddersfield / Henry Moore Institute collaboration). The first speaker was Holly Corfield Carr who is interested in caves and writing in […]

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28/06/19

This evening I’m performaing at the Fire & Water Scratch Club with a brand  new piece exploring dialogue, discarded materials and words. It’s unscripted and loosely based on the above drawing I made circa 2004 and long been my profile image […]

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Daunted

I’m now working on the second part of my bursary project, which aims to introduce my own work into new contexts. One of the things that came up in the network meeting in Glasgow was that small-audience work often needs […]

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Access 2 Touch/See/Hear/Do

I have been researching online guides on how to produce accessible performance and I found this clearly explained working document by ‘unlimited’ arts commissioning program for disabled artists, titled Demystifying Access. The guide opens with a statement: ‘If you care […]

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Remnants of ‘A Woman’s Place’

A Woman’s Place (semiotics of the domestic) became a celebration of a female presence among International artists to form dialogues and expand practices employing collaborative exchanges. The performance became an enduring display of women surrounded and embracing metal (iron) and object […]

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